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in a single guy's bathroom. >> clothes. steve: clothes. >> play. >> we'll play, steve. steve: they're gonna play, jimmy. hey, kim, name something dirty you'd find in a single guy's bathroom. >> porno magazines. steve: porno magazines. katie, tell me something dirty you'd find in a single guy's bathroom. >> i don't want to say it, steve, but i'm gonna have to go with condoms. steve: really? >> oh, good answer. steve: got the little raincoats. all right, colleen, name something dirty you'd find in a single guy's bathroom. >> well, guys don't really like to clean, so i'll say their toilet. steve: yeah, the toilet. >> yes! steve: tommy, name something dirty you'd find in a single guy's bathroom. >> steve, my little sister is right. we do not like to clean, so that would include the shower. steve: the shower. all right, christine, name something dirty you'd find in a single guy's bathroom. >> let's keep it going with all the things in the bathroom. how about a sink? >> oh, yeah. good answer. steve: the sink. i would have said it. only one strike, kim. tell me something dirty you'd find
[buzzer] audience: aww... [cheering and applause] steve: all right, mcnulty family, here's your chance. fill in the blank. girls don't like it when their fathers ask their boyfriends if they have a what? >> steve, we're gonna go with an alcohol or drug problem. steve: do they have an alcohol or drug problem? [buzzer] [cheering and applause] 7. audience: cell phone/number. steve: 6. audience: curfew/watch. steve: yeah. come on, these are fathers. come on now. 5. audience: condom. steve: that's the first one right there. i don't know how that just got 3 on it right there. number 4. audience: good intention. steve: 3. audience: 5 year plan. steve: there you go. hey, let's go to question 2. give me christine. give me heather. [cheering and applause] here we go. this is a good one. top 6 answers on the board, ladies. we talked to 100 women. what would you do if your best friend's husband came on to you? >> go tell my best friend. steve: you'd tell her? >> yes, absolutely! absolutely. steve: why? >> it's the right thing to do. steve: she'd tell her. it's the right thing to do. she'd t
fatone. it's time to play "family feud". give it up for steve harvey! [cheering and applause] [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how you doing? thank you very much. thank you for coming. how's everybody doing? hey, welcome to "family feud", everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. you know what, we got a good one for you today. returning for their second day from atlanta, georgia, it's the mcnulty family. [cheering and applause] and from lewisburg, georgia-- wherever that is-- it's the mayfield family. [cheering and applause] let's go see. give me tommy. give me amber. let's go. [applause] steve: guys, here we go. we've got the top 7 answers on the board. fill in the blank. girls don't like it when their fathers ask their boyfriends if they have a what? tommy. >> tattoo. steve: tattoo. >> whoo! [buzzer] steve: amber. >> what about a job? steve: a job. pass or play? >> we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. >> all right! steve: hi, heather. >> hello. steve: what do you do, darling? >> i'm a homemaker, and i have two children, and i make my own bread and raise chickens.
'll see you later. announcer: this is joey fatone. it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank you for coming. thank you very much. thank you, everybody. thank you for coming, folks. thank you very much. hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey, and you know what? we got another good one for you today. returning for their third day, from atlanta, georgia, it's the mcnulty family. and from right up the road, alpharetta, georgia, it's the williams family. let's go. give me tommy, give me brenda. hey, guys, here we go. we got the top 7 answers on the board. a wife might tell her husband, "you're not getting any" what? tommy. >> sex. steve: you're not getting any sex. >> yes. steve: pass or play? >> we'd like to play. steve: they're gonna play, brenda. christine, let's go. a wife might tell her husband, "you're not getting any" what? >> no dinner. >> oh, yeah. good answer. yes. steve: no dinner. kim. >> don't give him any attention. if he's acting up, messing up. steve: you're not getting
out. melissa: steve moore, my brain ex-supposedded when i read this and tried to figure out how -- all of you agree that it is insane. it is hard to find somebody to defend why this would be the right thing to do. the groups, some folks involved say, that they operate mostly or solely on dues from their members, which are paid out of taxpayer-funded budgets. >> right. melissa: so they give a voice to government entities that serve
house leaking a lot of details, so we will let you know what we know. >>steve: some things just never change. actor alec baldwin on the attack again, it appears. what sparked that -- >>brian: upbgz? -- you think so? >>steve: are you heckling me? we're going to tell you what he did yesterday. >>brian: he does not represent all of mass pea pea -- massapequa. you can thank miley sires for this. twerking just made it into the dictionary. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >>gretchen: wow. i watched that video for the first time yesterday. sorry i did. it's pretty graphic. >>steve: it's amazing. she does something on saturday night. next thing you know, it's in the dictionary. short turn-around. >>gretchen: this is obscene. if kids are watching you don't want them to see this right now. >>brian: i personally blame the vma for having that and not rehearsing. >>gretchen: they didn't rehearse? >>brian: i don't think they rehearsed that. can you see checking the box after these two got out there? looks good to me. >>gretchen: i think they liked it because it is pushing the envelope and
but that's something that hernandez is denying. steve? >> there's an item in one of the tabloids here in new york city today that says if the colonel was still alive, there would be a court-martial regarding that. >>> meanwhile, four minutes after the top of the hour. the girlfriend of the 22-year-old man killed in a thrill of it kind of killing is speaking out as this sparks a national debate. where are the civil rights leaders on this? and the president this time around? >> elizabeth is live in washington. >> reporter: good morning. a makeshift memorial where 22-year-old christopher lane was gunned down in broad daylight last wean. we are hearing from his girlfriend for first time. >> he's such an amazing person and i'm going to miss him forever. but i'm really glad i got the four years with him. >> reporter: the australian student was on a baseball scholarship in oklahoma when police say three self-described bored teenagers decided that they wanted to kill him. it's been making headlines across the globe and on the heels of the acquittal of george zimmerman still fresh in folks' mi
have the president's response fresh off the golf course. >>steve: talk about blurred lines. was the v.m.a.'s on mtv something from the red light district? the miley cyrus performance that has everybody talking this morning. wait until you see the reaction from the audience last night. >>brian: it's a new way to on-line date. n.s.a. employees using their eavesdropping powers to spy on love interests. this morning we have the best n.s.a. pickup lines to share with you like this one. hey, baby, come here often? of course you do. we've been tracking you. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ >> this is andrew dice clay. you're watching "fox & friends." oh! >>brian: big come-back in woody allen's movie. andrew dice clay. you been following his career? >>anna: no, i haven't. >>steve: he hasn't had one in years. >>brian: he took time off to raise his children. >>steve: good morning everybody. thanks so much. wait until you see this stuff. if you missed the mtv music awards last night, the video will have you talking. >>anna: she stole the show, miley cyrus. okay, we get it. you're not hannah m
the mighty stewart varney. what a rift. tv news will run with that. >> thank you very much, steve. >> you're welcome. >> and gretchen. >> i have no idea where i factor into this right now. >>> coming up, the project could create thousands of jobs, so why are we hearing about another delay for the keystone pipeline? >>> and then the statistics are staggering. 2 million recalled cars that were not fixed are being sold to unsuspecting drivers. what you need to know so it doesn't happen to you. [ female announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narc
have discussed about when steve jobs died. characterize him again for us what made him steve jobs. >> well, it was so a whole bunch of things. obviously vision, obviously product genius. we talk a lot in the valley about founder c.e.o.s and the role of it, app sell one of the few companies where we have run the experiment through the full lifecycle, the experiment of the company with the founder, without founder and again with the founder and we see, how it went. so he is the great example of the founder c.e.o. of the visionary who is able to run the company. i think one of the really underappreciated parts and i think he thought he was underappreciated on this is apple, he said the thing he was proudest of building in his career-- not a particular device. >> it was kroting a great company. >> a great company which goes back to what we started talking about which is app sell in-- apple delivers innovation. today it's an iphone, tomorrow an ipad but it is innovation and it will keep changing and they will keep coming out with new products. >> what would it be without steve at the h
for new zealand. steve latham: "kiwis love to bring people over here, show them their environment and try to scare... scare people to death while they're here" (laughs). ♪ schwartz: tour guide steve latham loves adventure. he's made a life out of it. steve latham: "i basically just left home when i was 17 and started hitchhiking around the country. learnt a lot about new zealand while i was doing that, then wanted to carry on with that and somehow make a living out of just being a new zealander, showing people how beautiful it was". schwartz: but new zealand has beauty with bite. too often in recent years, adventure has turned to deadly misadventure. queenslander, scott ashcroft is hoping that won't happen today. steve latham: "it's a very special day today isn't it? why is it a very special day? whose birthday is it? scotty's birthday! and one thing about scotty is that he's scared of heights - so as a birthday present we are going to throw him off a 134 metre bridge. what do we think of that idea?" tourists: (shout) "awesome!" schwartz: "so you're afraid of heights?" scott ashcroft: "
after ceo steve ballmer says he is on the borussia dortmund when in the bundesliga. syria with news that the united nations high are presented for disarmament arrived in the country. the job facing angela kane is to gain access to the site close to damascus of the suspected chemical attack after opponents of bashar al-assad claimed the syrian government forces used chemical weapons on wednesday in a tax said to have left hundreds dead, but the bashar al-assad regime said it was the rebels who employed chemical weapons. the one thing that is clear is that theaters that have come in -- is fears that chemical weapons have been deployed to prompt the united states to move forces near the region. >> what really happened? leaders want to know what took place and what action the world community should take. speaking to cnn, u.s. president barack obama called the accusations of a chemical weapons attack a major event of grave concern and government forces are considering all options including a military response. and its very troubling, starts getting to some core national interests the uni
'm liz mcdonald in for david asman. good to be wi you this morning. welcome to "forbes on fox." steve forbes, rick, rich carl, john, sabrina and bill balden. steve, what do you think? >> this is the beginning. delta airlines announced they will pay $100 million because of the healthcare law. other companies are dropping the spousal offering. you will see the companies cutting back. secretly, this is what the president want. one-payer system. the her people you get out of the employer-based systems, the happier he is. company if companies have a $2,000 fine or pay $15,000 per employee. no-brainer and not good for us. >> rick? >> the only problem with steve's analysis, it is not dropping anybody from the employer base system. be clear on what is happening here. spouses of employees at ups will only not be part of the healthcare plan if they have a job at a company that offs them a healthcare plan. this was written in to the law specifically to spread it around. >> so does it make it a good thing, rick? >> it does. >> why? >> it will level it out. i'm not going to be -- wait. i'm not den
crime. >>> why the co-founder of apple is giving a bad review to the first steve jobs movie. >> it had steve jobs mannerisms but it didn't have his thinking and his thoughts. >>> we want to begin with our big story, the mysterious disappearance of jonathan crum, he may have been inspired by the movie, into the wild. thank you very much for joining me. i'm so sorry for this awful thing that's happened to you and your family. explain to me and the viewers why you believe there may be a connection between your son's disappearance and the book and the movie into the wild. >> i wasn't sure about what had happened until i got here. i heard his car was here when the police called me. it required me going back and talking to his friends and even his older brother and finding out what was going on. he apparently picked up this obsession or extreme interest in this movie in the story. six to eight months ago, he keeps watching the movie. he's been watching with others. and just thinking it was a great idea. he's always wanted to go camping. just recently he had a breakup with a girlfriend, he wa
looking weekend. >> steve with traffic. >> 118 in germantown town. 95 northbound little build up, nothing -- just early friday rush hour. everything is moving well. south looks good at prince william parkway. smooth ride for new york avenue, traffic inbound stopping at the signals. little volume from maryland heading northwest. everything is still open. that is a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thank you, steve. justice this morning for vanessa pham her guilty found guilty of first degree murder. >> the case was nearly unprecedented in d.c. room because a judge allowed the media. julio blanco garcia had no emotion during the verdict. phams mother and aunt spoke. >> how has your life changed if it has since vanessa pham was murdered. >> i think i have no life. when i go to work, when i come home, i just stay in my room. >> jury recommended 49 years in prison, 30, plus 19 for each year of his life. judge will hand down formal sentence later this year. >> this was timothy daukens as uni union temple church. police say he was gunned down. the 24-year-old studied to become a preacher.
is also growing. >> microsoft boss steve ballmer has announced he will be stepping down as company ceo as soon as a replacement can be found. he took over the reins of the world's largest software company 13 years ago from it's founder bill gates. >> at the time, microsoft was the undisputed digital king of the digital world, but they've lost ground to google and apple, who were quick to embrace the mobile computing revolution. our markets correspondent has more on the pending retirement of steve homer. >> the people here on the frankfurt floor are glad that steve ballmer's time at microsoft has ended. they are glad to see him go, and in reaction to the news was almost euphoric. microsoft shares took off immediately. at the start of wall street trading, for example, it was between six percent and seven percent etter -- better. they see steve ballmer as being responsible for microsoft hostile lacking behind in smart phones and tablets, for example. competitors are making a lot of money with that. but also for the miserable start of windows 8. that was supposed to be a big moneymaker, st
'brien,s is steve vice president for program integration and business development. welcome to the program. let's begin with where you are at. what is the purpose of the demonstration center? guest: it is built to show the difference of the f-35. the capability provided, and the avionics as well as the range. we have simulators of the f-35. it is a way to communicate this quantam leap in ability. host: who are you demonstrating it to? who visits the fighter demonstration center? guest: we have the navy, marine corps, and the air force. we also have eight international partners. we continue to add more partners, more countries to the program. israel and japan have committed we see the airplane. another set of countries buying the program or buying the airplane in the years to come. this allows us to communicate that difference in washington, d.c., to the decision-makers on the program. host: you have visits from members of congress as well. what is the purpose for them to see the center? guest: they can fly the simulator and they can see the technology and the jobs. f-35 has 125,000 direct and i
. >> jeremy of yelp. steve chen. >> and chad hurley, the three guys-- . >> rose: if you had to describe the one quality you all shared, what would it be? >> let's assume intelligence is given. >> we all knew we wanted to start companies. so we came to entrepreneurship from completely different points in our lives. but i think all of us were either starting this company and peter and elon and i were starting this company. and everyone else knew that this was basically their last job. they were going to do their own thing next. and this was training grounds. >> rose: yes. so i will just do this and then i will do my own thing. and then i'll go and make a pile of money and then i will go do what i really, something else. >> i think that's what you think then. but when you wake up after the pile of money part, you kind of go the only thing i want to do is more of this. >> rose: exactly. but see that's is such an interesting process. you sell it to ebay, and it is very successful acquisition for ebay. and most of you left there was like boom, explosion out there of. >> uh-huh. >> rose: was t
, breaking news. on top of all of this i'm getting word in my ear that steve bammer of microsoft is to retire. >> wow. >> really? >> this is all we have at this moment. obviously it's something that's been talked about, speculated about. >> holy cow. >> jim, i'm probably five or six years? >> yesterday they said the about vis was going to play a role. steve was a classmate of mine as i am. i'm not ready to retire. he's retiring young. i didn't expect this. i know there's a lot of pressure on ballmel to deliver. people believe he failed to deliver. i would like to think he left because he's done but this obviously is a shock. it's a shock. >> shares up 6% on the news. how do you feel of a ceo, 6% up on the news that you might retire. >> what some of the unlocked value. >> ballmer stood in the way. >> retire as ceo in the next 12 months upon the completion of a process to choose his successor. in the meantime, the release says he will continue as ceo, leave microsoft through the next steps of trans formation to a devices and services company that empowers people to the activities they value mos
indeed for explaining. are watching "bbc world news to come -- ill steve ballmer is stepping down as head of microsoft. markets were pleased about. the 22-year-old photojournalist has been gang raped in the indian city of mumbai. five men took art in the attack and so far one has been arrested with more expected. a similar case last december drew international headlines. >> behind those bushes is where the photojournalist was gang raped last evening by five men according to the city police. she was here taking pictures along with a male colleague and was also assaulted by those male suspects. this is virtually in the heart of the city. there is a road on which office complexes are present. there is a railway station not very far away from here. the victim is in the hospital but authorities say she is in a stable condition. the minister in charge of security has promised that the offenders will be caught. >> this is a very serious incident. the accused will be arrested. >> catches have been released by the police, but the incident has shocked people in mumbai. in silent protest. >> the day
check in with traffic and steve.. >> good morning. we're going to take a look at 95 right now. starting off well this morning in virginia. 95 northbound at newington souts of springfield. s traffic moving smoothly, nobody yet in the h.o.v. lanes and it should be back to normal by 5:00. no delays as you head on to 95 northbound or southbound on 395 up toward duke street.eet. looks good up from the beltway to the 14th street bridge into town. 66 here we are in manassas with no delays eastbound or westbound. 66 starting off well for fridayf morning to montgomery county. germantown through gaithersburgb to the beltway. no problems or incidents between fairfasm county, -- fairfax county. you can see across the bridge nicely. in town new york avenue bladensburg north east just the traffic signals so far are the only thing slowing you down. >> thank you, steve. s police investigating a deadly hit and run in prince george's county. this happened before 10:00 p.m. last night in landover. officials say a woman was walking along the eastboundtbou lanes of 202 when she was hit. the striking vehicle
cook. >> it is friday. good morning, i'm dave clark let's check weather and traffic. steve, are you expecting any weather problems? >> no it's kind of quiet here. we have a pretty good fog bank out there. the low responsible for our way up in the pacific northwest and out of the picture. it got cloudy here. so temperatures stuck. 50s to 60s to start off with. we will start to see that fog burn back. and then mostly sunny. here is some fog near the coast but there will be some sun as well. 60 to 90. we are all 50s on the temps. santa rosa 56. san francisco 58. 61 san jose but not far away. so low clouds. kind of cool and breezy. upper 50s and 60s on the mild side. you get that west wind. morning fog and then sunny. a little bump up in the temps inland. the breeze out of the west, northwest. so temperatures today will be in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. here is sal. >>> steve, we have a problem on 580. i will tell you what is going on here. this is 580 right now just past 24. the crash is just west of highway 24. it was reported as two separate crashes. but i think it's just one. it might as
a nice start to the day. steve paulson will tell us all about the weather. but it's a nice look. it's monday morning, august 26th thank you for joining us i'm pam cook. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve is over there. steve, can you find sun for us today? >> yes, i can but not right now. a little system coming in and helping increase that low cloud deck. it's back to school in beautiful pleasanton. starting off very warm. 60. 75 we will go for a high today. 82 after the morning clouds. santa rosa close at 59. temperatures on the very mild side it will be a little cooler today. kind of muggy. a little bit of moisture and humidity in the air too. temperatures coming down a few degrees from yesterday's highs. low to mid 80s for many. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. right now we have traffic that is going to be doing pretty well. expect, there is a crash in sonoma county. this crash is on highway 121 which is arnold drive. right in the area. right here at wagner road. which is just south of highway 116. a lot of people do take that road.
that 15,000 level. let's go to steve sedgwick in london. good morning. >> very good day to you. the market down as you say for six successive days. people are citing concerns over the federal reserve policy and question marg marks about when start withdrawing the stimulus. and fed officials from the july 31 meeting or the minutes from that meeting came out yesterday and people said it was concern over the opacity, the lack of clarity about the withdrawal of the stimulus that kept the selling pressure on. i would add the volumes are very lilt and a lot of traders are still not back at their desks from their vacations. elsewhere, the cost of obamacare, the affordable care act, being cited by united parcel services as one of the reasons why they are withdrawing health care benefits from 15,000 spouses of employees. they're saying that in addition to raiising medical costs are t reason why they're having to take away that care. so real pressure on the company and the benefits they can ask on the back of obamacare. >> health care is expensive. there is a coalition of groups that want a nationw
that traffic looks good as you drive up to the 80 split. 4:48 let's go to steve. >> i remember it well. >> yes, i do too. >> i was looking right at it when it happened. >>> we have a little bit of a bump up in the temps. and that will just allow what we call just in the heights today. but really i don't think it will be a push. a little bit warmer. 50s and 60s on the temps. there is a pretty good sea breeze. westerly breeze in place. from the coast all the way to the delta. that tells us the on shore push is there. plenty of low clouds in the bay area. all the way down to monterey. you can see the surge of low clouds heading out to hollister. that is a strong surge. las vegas thunderstorm activity erupting there. it looks like it will stay out of california. maybe far, far eastern part of california. and our low which is near portland right now. you can see where all the fire warnings are for lightning. it's out of california. 44 in tahoe. 62 reno. 56 ukiah. that is not bad. 50s and 60s up and down the coast. one system moves out. morning fog. 60s and 70s and 80s. did bump up some areas a litt
. and also come 80s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. we are looking pretty good around the bay area. so far. as we look at interstate 880. it is a nice looking drive passing the coliseum with no major problems. also we look here at the commute on the bay bridge. it looks like some of the right lanes are a little crowded. otherwise we are doing pretty well. if you are driving out to the -- i think this is it. this is a look at traffic on the bridge. let's go back to the desk. >> we have continuing coverage of the rim fire burning near yosemite national park. right now the fire has destroyed nearly 144,000 acres and is only at 7% containment. almost 3500 fire personnel are also on the scene. 23 buildings have been lost but it's not clear how many of those are homes. >> this fire quickly spread into the subdivisions where the homes were. before we could get our engines and equipment in. >> firefighters say the dry conditions and hot weather are the perfect fuel for the flames. right now a mandatory evacuation order is in effect. people in tyle plea city are being advised to leave as well.
'm living a clean life and helping the community. >> reporter: steve wright is a criminal defense attorney in lancaster county, and says the bulk of his practice is representing amish youth who are in trouble. >> every year i'll see amish clients, whether it is for mainstream, the alcohol abuse or the marijuana abuse and other crimes such as theft and things of that nature, as well. they're doing the same amount of this type of activity that mainstream american kids are doing today. >> reporter: if this show is real reality tv, then the centuries-old plain life-style certainly is not what it used to be. for "nightline," i'm lindsay davis, in lancaster county. >>> amish mafia airs tuesdays on the discovery channel. >>> coming up next, how a charming brit changed the way we suck dirt and made $4 million. >> abc news "nightline," brought to you by nope eeeeh... oh, guys let's leave the deals to nice bear. ooh that one! nice. got it! oh my gosh this is so cool... awesome! perfect! save up to 30% plus an extra 12% off with coupon... now until labor day. only at
jewelry. congressman steve cohen, pedro noguera, and sema cekinay. that's "all in" for this evening. the "rachel maddow show" starts now. >> if you wanted to get ahold of donald trump, why didn't you get ahold of me? >> next time. >>> thanks to you at home for staying with us the next hour. okay. when japanese pilots turned to kamikaze attacks in world war 2 it was meant to not be only effective in a direct sense, but also terrifying. the piloted aircraft used as a missile could obviously do great direct damage to whatever it hit. the psychological effect of being up against an enemy who would do that, a military that would expect its own men to deliberately kill themselves, was also just meant to terrorize, to make their enemies believe there was nothing they wouldn't do, no elevenlengths t would not go to. when iran and iraq went to war with each other in 1980, a war that stretched on almost a full te decade, the iranian side used masses of human beings to clear mindfields, to walk out into mined areas, setting off the mines. they used swarms of humans auofn unarmed, untrained you
details on the weekend forecast in a couple of minutes. julie has the day off. steve hershorn is in with traffic. >> good morning, tucker. beltway near 295, in delays to get to the wilson bridge. exiting north on 295, there was an accident blocking a lane. starting to build a bit approaching sueman parkway. heavy into town. head over to south capitol street towards fredrick douglas memorial bridge up to the freeway, lanes reported open. 14th street bridge, moving well across the 14th street bridge, slow into the work zone on the freeway. same configuration. still have the road work, getting there not too bad. beltway, outer loop, traffic moving towards us, slowly moving. new hampshire avenue, lots of payment, not that many cars, much better than usual for your friday commute. that is a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> steve, thank you. a big weekend in the nation's capitol ahead of the 50th anniversary of march on washington. >> you could be impacted by the traffic changes, fox 5's matt ackland woke up early this morning, allison. >> i love matt ackland. >> he is live.
earthquake. we'll check in with steve and see how things are moving on the roadways this morning. >> things moving pretty well. ground is pretty steady not moving. southbound and northbound on 5 here. serving moving well. you can see the h.o.v. lanes are opening up.g that's good news to start the rush-hour. no delays toward. heading farther north on 95 and that is moving smoothly. no problems reported just yet on 95. we really hope it stays that way after kind of a tough weekweek earlier this week.eek. over to 395 now continuing northbound up toward duke street and up to the 14th street bridge lanes are open. you still have the road work on the freehway and right now it's not slow. slows things down mid rushh shower. right now we're okay. on the beltway near the wilson bridge looking smooth right mow and back over to 95 in marylandr no thats a look at your fox 5 on time traffic. t >> thank you, steve. police right now investigating a deadly hit and run in prince p george's county.ount it happened before 10:00 p.m. p. last night in landover. officials say a woman wasas walking al
went by what was that? that's beautiful. former treasury official and economic analyst steve ratner. makes sense this morning you're here even though you slept in your clothes. the obama administration's car czar during the bailout. >> look at him. you should see it. it's wrinkled. he's the author of the book "overhaul, an insider's account of the obama administration's emergency rescue of the auto industry." actually steve stayed at a very nice hotel called the holedy inn express. it's cool. i like it nearby here. >> he doesn't know anything about saving the economy. >> it's close. >> he stayed at a holiday inn express. with us msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele, msnbc contributor mike barnicle and host of "way too early," brian shactman. steve ratner, obviously we come inside the plant, it's so exciting to see all of these cars coming in. we're bringing jobs back to america from mexico. you talk about going in the right direction. you know, gm needed the government's help, a lot of other companies needed the government's
gain. microsoft represented 19 points of that gain. steve baller america the ceo says he will be gone in 12 months as he looks to retire. s&p 500 up by six. nasdaq up a half of a percent. russell 2,000 up a fraction. adam: here are the front page headlines. new home sales dropped 13.4% in july, hitting the lowest a annual rate since october. all regions had declines led by the west where sales fell 16.1%. liz: weak housing data helped to lift gdd today. the precious metals jumped $25 to end the week at $1395 a troy ounce. that is the highest level since early june. for the week prices were up 1.9%. adam: global markets in advance discussions to merge with direct edge. that would create the world's second biggest market operator. liz: moody's threatening to downgrade several big financial firms saying the government will more likely let large banks fail. if moody's follows through it could lower ratings of names like goldman sachs, jpmorgan and morgan stanley. adam: are you ready for football? ad slots for the 2014 super bowl are 85% sold out that is according to fox sports. 90% of the
much, and are they taking a gamble? others say they have to do this. joining us now, steve silver, biotech analyst at s&p capital iq. i want to get into why they needed to do this. some of the farm pharmaceuticals are maturing, and onyx has a drug already approved, but not as widely necessary, you'd think, for the price they are paying. suspect there a risk if the fda down the roads says you can't expand use? >> oh, sure, there's always the risk. onyx's main drug got approval from the fda last year for the form of blood cancer, but only in those paicialghts that exhausted all -- patients that exhausted all other approved treatments so nay are pushing forward to move it to an earlier stage of use, so while early data to do that has looked good so far, there's always that risk of something coming up in the three study ongoing that could affect the price they agreed to pay so i think that's the risk that takes place in investing in firing biotech companies. adam: assuming there's due jill -- due diligence with other drugs in the pipeline to add value to the purchase. what else do the
coming to one of the most profitable companies. steve balmer, long time ceo of microsoft announces plans to step down within the next 12 months. how do investors view balmer? look at the stock move. they are happy he's moving on. stock is jumping seven and a quarter percent making him a much wealthier man because he owns so much stock in it, but as it shoots higher, that represents 19 points of the dow's 23 point gain when you look at how it's weighted. there's a big move there with microsoft holding the gains. we hit the high of the session minutes ago. much more on steve balmer's resignation, but now, much more importantly, who gets the nod as his successor? if you got excited about a housing recovery, hold your horses for a moment. new home sales for the month of july fell 13.4% to a 394,000 annual rate. that is the lowest number since last october. rising interest rates, of course, could be the culprit with the 3 30e-year jumping but it's important to remember monthly data are volatile and subject to large revisions. remember, it's just the opposite this week when we got existing hom
in jackson hole, wyoming. >> steve liesman is live in jackson hole. he interviewed several of the federal reserve members. steve, what can you tell us? >> good evening, larry, from jackson hole, there are differing opinions from fed officials about the next steps for the central bank. we interviewed three federal reserve banks today and we got three differing opinions. one group, dennis lockhart from atlanta suggest many the fed could, in fact, taper in september. >> the way i'm thinking of it at the moment is i'm actually looking at the data and asking if they deny or in some way undermine the basic outlook that i have in place. on that basis, then i can get comfortable with the move in september of some time. >> i do think if the data continue to progress as we've seen, and i do agree that we should edge down or taper or purchase later this year. >> but jim from st. louis, he had another opinion. he thinks the data is sht clear enough and he thinks the federal reserve ought to wait. >> i don't think we have to be in any hurry in this situation. if the place is running low and we have mi
getting a boost from ceo steve balmer saying he's heading for the exit doors in 12 months. would general electric shares do the same? we'll look at that coming up. >>> and also, with costs spiraling out of control, former education secretary william bennett says college may not pay off for some students. we have the changing face of college. it is all kicking off and you're watching cnbc. clients are always learning more to make their money do more. (ann) to help me plan my next move, i take scottrade's free, in-branch seminars... plus, their live webinars. i use daily market commentary to improve my strategy. and my local scottrade office guides my learning every step of the way. because they know i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade... ranked "highest in customer loyalty for brokerage and investment companies." >>> following the story of jcpenney. what do you have? >> we have at least a release coming from persian square capital and said that they on behalf of the investment funds which are the selling stockholders announced today tha
about this. i mean, there's no way. >> we'll figure it out. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. in this edition, we meet two silicon valley billionaires a generation apart who revolutionized the world of computing and the internet. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and paul allen, microsoft's cofounder. we begin with mark zuckerberg and facebook. if you have a facebook account, you've probably reconnected with an old pal, shared photos with your family, and gotten advice from your friends on what to buy and what to read. but facebook has bigger plans. it wants to turn the entire web into one big social network. lesley stahl first talked with mark zuckerberg in 2008, and three years later, we sat down with mark again. he gave us a preview of his site's new profile page, a change that would affect the 500 million people who were then using facebook, an idea that zuckerberg had cooked up in his dorm room at harvard. >> when you first thought about this--19 years old--is this what you had in mind? did you see this far into the future, or is it way beyond what you dreamed? >> well,
. terrell brown has the latest on the search for clues. and "on the road," steve hartman catches motorists smiling in a no-smiling zone. >> never so happy to get a ticket in my life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. cbs news has learned that the pentagon is making the initial preparations for a cruise missile attack on syrian government forces. we say "initial preparations" because such an attack won't happen unless and until the president gives the green light, and it was clear during an interview on cnn today he is not there yet. >> if the u.s. goes in and attacks another country without a u.n. mandate and without clear evidence that can be presented then there are questions in terms of whether international law supports it, do we have the coalition to make it work, and those are considerations that we had to take into account. >> schieffer: the attack on the damascus suburbs which left hundreds dead this week is looking more and more like a poison gas was used. the united sta
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